Peat Bog Size Of England Discovered In Congo Republic

National Public Radio: A massive peat bog the size England has been found in West Africa's Republic of Congo. The previously undiscovered bog is thought to reach nearly 23 feet beneath the ground and contain billions of tons of peat -- ancient, partially decayed vegetation. It could cover an area 40,000 to 80,000 square miles, scientists believe in the Congo Republic, also referred to as Congo-Brazzaville. The BBC says: "Scientists say investigating the carbon-rich material could shed light on 10,000 years of......

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